September 2008

Crisis management

September 16, 2008

Today was a day where I confirmed, yet again, what I’m best at (in the working world): Crisis Management. Not creative, not marketing, not managing, not outside-the-box thinking (or for that matter inside-the-box thinking). It’s not that I’m bad at those things, on the contrary I am good at those. But I’m GREAT at crisis […]

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Missing doggie

September 15, 2008

Ok, I know this is a complete and total long shot, given that there are like, 6 people who read my blog, but just in case. Plus, it makes me feel somewhat useful from so far away. My mom lives outside of San Antonio, and on Sunday one of her dogs disappeared. They don’t quite know what […]

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Scenes from a gallery night

September 14, 2008

My husband has a studio space in a local gallery that specializes in “his kind” of art–sometimes called pop surrealism, lowbrow, urban surrealism, and a host of other not-quite-right names. Every month the gallery has an opening featuring new artists, and all the studio artists have their doors open, allowing for a sort of personalized gallery event […]

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Who invited that girl?

September 12, 2008

Sometimes this whole blogging culture brings out some of the insecurities that I’ve had my whole life. Actually, it’s not so much the blogging itself–that I like, whether anyone is reading it or not (I just pretend I have a readership, regardless of the facts). Specifically, I’m talking about the social aspect of the blog […]

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Here I am

September 11, 2008

There seems to be a rash of bloggers getting “outed” going on the last few days. I think I’ve read no fewer than 5 blogs today where that’s the case. Most have been found by bosses and coworkers, but some have been family members, significant others, real life friends, and casual dates. It’s a very tangible […]

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